Buckcherry cover Icona Pop's 'I Love It' as 'Say Fuck It'

The track will feature on the California rock band's new EP 'Fuck'

Buckcherry cover Icona Pop's 'I Love It' as 'Say Fuck It'

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Icona Pop's hit single 'I Love It' has been covered by rock band Buckcherry.

The California group, best known for their 1999 single 'Lit Up', have given their own lyrical spin to 'I Love It', changing the words to 'Say Fuck It'. Click below to listen to the new version of the song.



'Say Fuck It' features on Buckcherry's new EP, 'Fuck', which is released on August 18. The band have also launched a 'singles club' through PledgeMusic, releasing one cover version a month for six months, with The Rolling Stones' 'Beast Of Burden' and Minor Threat's 'Small Man, Big Mouth' featuring. They also have a line of sex toys in the works, called Crazy Bitch.

Buckcherry released their debut album 'Buckcherry' in 1999, and put out their sixth studio album, 'Confessions', last year.

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